Voice and Piano Concert this Sunday
If you are after something a little bit different this weekend then get yourself down to Kew Green. In St Anne’s Church there will be an exciting concert of piano and voice which promises to captivate the audience and give them something a little different.
The concert starts at 3:30pm and no tickets are required. More information is available from the Saint Anne’s Church website. The concert will consist of twelve pieces, which is many more than most classical concerts. This number of different pieces, styles, and composers is bound to keep audience members on their toes! The theme of the concert is women composers, which will make for a very interesting listen. The combination of voice and piano is wonderful, and yet something that is not often seen in free afternoon concerts. The voice in question is that of Jacqueline Miura who will be accompanied on the piano by Robyn Koh.
A Programme for Voice and Piano
The programme of music will consist of pieces of music by female composers such as Clara Schumann, Pauline Viardot-Garcia, Augusta Holmes, Maude Valerie White, Liza Lehmann, Amy Marcy Beach, Teresa Del Riego, Irena Regina Wieniawska, Alma Schindler-Mahler, Cecile Chaminade, and an unknown composer.
Play at Home
If you fancy honouring female composers with your own music, then get at your piano at start playing! There is an abundance of sheet music available from all kinds of sources so there really is no excuse not to. If you need a new piano then it is time to go and have a look at the Chase Direct website where you will find pianos for everyone! Some of the newest releases available at Chase Direct are the Kawai KDP-110, the Kawai ES110, and the Yamaha P-125. If you would like to order one of these pianos then you can do so on the website, or call the Chase Direct piano team.